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Yep ! Or get one of these grinders
Hot Sale! Premium Ceramic Burr Manual Coffee Grinder. Large 100g Capacity Coffee Mill. For Espresso, Pour Over, French Press, and Turkish Coffee Brewing. [link]
I plan on putting my dried Reapers in an old empty sea salt grinder however.
Been using my Gaggia classic for about 2 months now, took a while to get it down but I love it now that I have my grinder dialed in.
Speaking of grinders, I never realized they were just as expensive as the brewers. I'm using a hand grinder my friend recommended years ago when I got my first french press, it seems to work really well for espresso. Eventually I'll be able to buy a real grinder.
Edit: Found my grinder on my amazon history. It has a few shortcomings (grind size is awkward to adjust because of the way the screw is set) but it works pretty consistently after dialing it in as I said above.